"Gernon’s take on the piece was rich in details and interpretive nuances, such as the small trill inserted in the second half of several held string chords in “Comfort ye my people,” to much broader strokes, such as beautifully arced choral phrases and striking-yet-graceful diminuendos in “All we like sheep.”

Journal Sentinel, December 2016

"Each sung syllable seemed to heave like a sob, and Gernon echoed them with dramatically shaped answers from the orchestra’s strings… Gernon’s shaping of the finale was a snapshot of his approach to the piece as a whole—honor the delicate Baroque details but let the music breathe with a dynamic, romantic pulse."

Milwaukee Magazine, December 2016